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Henry Stanley Jarvis

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Henry (Harry) Stanley Jarvis (1866-1938) of Patterson Edwards

1866 Born at Newington the son of Henry Jarvis

1891 Living at 9 Wells Street, Camberwell: Harry S. Jarvis (age 24 born Newington), Commercial Traveller. With his brother? William J. jarvis (age 21 born Newington), Carpenter.[1]

1894 December 25th. Married at Southwark to Dora Wyton. Both of 127 Boro' High Street. Harry is a manufacturer and the son of Henry Jarvis, Compositor.

1901 Living at 160 Goodrich Road, Camberwell: Harry Stanley Jarvis (age 33 born Walworth), Woodware Manufacturer. With his wife Dora Jarvis (age 26 born Highgate) and their three children; Dorothy Mary Jarvis (age 5 born Peckham); Donald Stanley Jarvis (age 3 born Peckham); and Mildred May Jarvis (age 2 born Peckham). One servant.[2]

1911 Living at 502 Lordship Lane, Dulwich: Henry Stanley Jarvis (age 43 born Newington, Southwark), Manufacturer of Perambulators and Toys - Employer. With his wife Dora Jarvis (age 36 born Highgate) and their three children; Dorothy Mary Jarvis (age 15 born Camberwell); Donald Stanley Jarvis (age 14 born Camberwell); and May Mildred Jarvis (age 12 born Camberwell. Also his in-laws Thomas Wyton (age 72 born Chasleton, Oxon.), Retired Restaurant Keeper and his wife Elizabeth Wyton (age 72 born Braintree). One servant.[3]

1926 Sailed to Gibraltar. Manufacturer.

1938 April 25th. Died.

1938 Concerning his estate. '... demands against the estate of Henry Stanley Jarvis late of 25 Foxgrove Avenue Beckenham in the county of Kent formerly of "Hazelwood" 51 The Avenue Beckenham aforesaid who died on the 25th day of April 1938 and whose Will was .proved in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of His. Majesty's High Court of Justice on the i8th day of June 1938...'[4]

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